Donald Trump’s relationship with Fox News alternated between love and hate over the course of the last year.
There was one host that frustrated Trump more than another.
Fox News took one anti-Trump host off the air in a stunning announcement.
“Your World” host Neil Cavuto stood out as one of the biggest Never Trumpers on Fox News.
Cavuto would constantly “fact check” Trump and claim Trump was telling falsehoods.
When Cavuto did not appear on the show one day this week for his Fox News and Fox Business Channel shows everyone wondered what was up.
Cavuto later announced that he tested positive for COVID19 – which could be dangerous for him as he suffers from Multiple Sclerosis and survived a bout with cancer.
In his statement, Cavuto stated that he was vaccinated and that his doctors assured him he had a strong chance of survival.
“While I’m somewhat stunned by this news, doctors tell me I’m lucky as well. Had I not been vaccinated, and with all my medical issues, this would be a far more dire situation. It’s not, because I did and I’m surviving this because I did. I hope anyone and everyone gets that message loud and clear. Get vaccinated, for yourself and everyone around you. Everyone wins, except maybe my wife, who thought I was back in the city for good for live shows. Maybe not so fast now,” Cavuto announced.
Anti-Fox News and pro-vaccine mandate zealots at CNN could not wait to seize on the news to push their agenda of silencing any voices that opposed vaccine mandates.
CNN host John King – who like Cavuto suffers from Multiple Sclerosis – attacked Fox News coverage and claimed there should no debate about forcing everyone to take the vaccine.
“I get politics, I get the polarization,” King told fellow CNN host John Berman “But this — we’re getting to the point whereby Thanksgiving dinner, the population of Denver will have been wiped out by Covid. Is that not big enough to startle us to say let’s put the politics aside and debate the big questions but debate them on facts? The world is round. Trump lost. Vaccines work. These are the debates; the climate is in crisis. Have debates within the context of that. These things are not in dispute. Some people want to put them in dispute for reasons I do not understand.”
Cavuto’s own statement undercut the necessity of the vaccine mandate.
Neil Cavuto’s doctor told him that by virtue of his decision to get vaccinated, he was protected against a bad outcome from COVID despite being immunocompromised.
Cavuto’s vaccine protected him regardless of the vaccination status of anyone else.
That debunks the notion that everyone in America must submit to a forced injection or that the vaccinated need to be protected from the unvaccinated.
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